On August 23th, 2014 at 3:00 P.M. the Masonic Philosophical Society will be hosting a study group at the Corinth Library. Each month a different topic, ranging from philosophy and science to religion and metaphysics, is discussed and debated. Please arrive at 2:45 P.M. so the discussion can begin promptly at 3:00 P.M.
August’s topic will be conducted by Brother Chris Osborn on Freemasonry and Behavioral Science: Why did our brains not evolve to see the world as it is but rather how it was useful in the past? After a short lecture, a discussion and debate by the group will follow.
Should we really believe what we see? Please join us for a dynamic discussion on perception. Where we will explore what sensory information really means, how the brain evolved to see the world and how this can be applied in our daily lives. We will also apply this knowledge to symbolism in general and Freemasonry in particular.
Join us for this month's study group.
This group for men and women, which is open to the public, is where non-members can learn more about Freemasonry, as well as meet local Freemasons.